Item ba001076 - Royal, Osmon

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ba001076

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Royal, Osmon

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Photograph, cartes-de-visite (card photographs), 2.5 x 4 inches

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(1844-)

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Osmon Royal, born January 3, 1856, in Sandwich, Illinois, the son of Charles W. and Rachel (Misner) Royal. Their family came to Oregon in 1865, and Osmon attended Willamette University. He then went to Ohio Wesleyan University, as well as Boston University for his medical degree. He came to practice medicine in Portland, where he remained for thirty years, until his sudden death on December 31, 1910. He had married Julia Morgan, in 1882, and they had a son, Osmon, Jr.

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No Copyright - United States: http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/NoC-US/1.0/

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Cartes-de-visite Collection; Org. Lot 500; b5.f923-2

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f43f12b6-c113-4988-9109-d44473113c02-ba001076.jpg

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Image

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image/jpeg

Filesize

535.4 KiB

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